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Streetsie Awards People’s Choice: Vote for the Best and Worst of 2013

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We've been very restrained all year, people. Out there in the world, people were doing crazy things and amazing things, and all year we have refrained from giving out cheeky awards for awesomeness or idiocy.

Well all right, we may have accidentally given out a few cheeky awards along the way -- worst intersection (Omaha), worst parking crater (Tulsa), most insipid motor mouth (St. Louis County's David Wrone). But by and large, we have been truly demure.

Time to take the muzzle off. What did we think of 2013, Streetsblog community? Here we tell the bozos what we thought of their shenanigans and take our hats off to the sustainable-streets heroes out there.

Cast your votes by midnight on New Year's Eve. When that ball drops, this poll ends. We'll post the results when we come back to work, January 2.

Until then, we wish you the happiest of holidays.

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